Frequently Asked Questions

When does camp registration open?

Camp registration opens February 15th, 2021.

What will my child do at farm camp?

Your child will learn how to enjoy the great outdoors in our beautiful 12 acre farm setting. Activities vary day to day, but a bulk of a camper's day will be spent outdoors tending to, feeding, and caring for the animals, fishing in our pond, collecting eggs for our farm stand, doing farm crafts, gardening, and learning about life on a farm.

What are your camp hours?

Drop-off begins at 8:30am and pick-up is at 3:00pm. You may register your child for early drop-off or late pick-up for an additional fee.

What should my child bring to camp?

Please send your child with the following items (labeled with your child's name):

  • Water bottle

  • Lunch

  • Snack(s)

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug Spray

  • Close-toed Shoes

  • Hat/Visor

  • An extra change of clothes

  • Any necessary medication with appropriate dosage instructions.

What if my child has allergies, medical conditions, or other special needs?

Please complete all relevant allergy and medical information on our registration form and feel free to discuss any concerns with our camp director and/or management staff prior to your child's arrival at camp.


What is your cancellation policy?

Prior to April 1st, you may cancel your camp registration for any reason and receive a full refund minus an administrative fee of $39.50 and any third party processing fees (up to 7%). Cancellation requests made on or after April 1st will be eligible for a complimentary reschedule (pending availability), a full value credit towards future Old Mill Farm visits, events, or camps, or a refund minus 50% of camp registration and any thirdy party processing fees (up to 7%). Cancellation requests made on or after June 1st will not be eligible for a refund. All cancellation requests must be made in writing.

Can I change the week that I have registered for?

Prior to June 1st we are happy to accommodate week changes, pending availability. After June 1st we will do our best to accommodate changes but we anticipate being completely full this summer. If your child cannot attend the week you have registered for and there is no space for your camper in future weeks you will receive a credit for future use at Old Mill Farm.  

What is your camper to counselor ratio? How many total kids will be at camp?

This year, our camper to counselor ratio will be 6:1. We will be limiting total camp capacity to 18 campers per week.

Who are your counselors?

Our counselors are all trained and educated individuals who are eager to create a fun and memorable camp experience for our campers. Counselors have all been through a rigorous screening and interview process, including background checks. We seek out counselors who are passionate about child care, education, who love animals and who are knowledgeable about farming. Counselors are all trained on proper animal handling, safety protocols, age-appropriate communication and child behavioral dynamics.

What age groups is farm camp designed for?

Our camp is designed for ages 5-12. We will have three small groups of campers split by age range: 5-7 years, 8-10 years, & 11-12 years. Camp activities will vary by age group and will be age appropriate. 

Can I observe/participate in camp activities as a parent?

We encourage parents to join us on Fridays at the Farm immediately following camp dismissal at the end of the week to bond with their campers on the farm. Of course, if your child is a little shy early in the week you are welcome to help them get acclimated to camp.

Is there a wait list for camp weeks that are full?

Yes! You may add your child to any week's wait list via the registration page. There is no cost to be added to the wait list. Should a spot become available, you will be contacted immediately and we ask that you provide us an answer within 24 hours.

Do you pro-rate camp days that are missed?

No, we are a full week camp and do not pro-rate camp days that your child misses.

What is your discipline policy?

We believe that our farm should be a safe space for all children. We have a zero tolerance bullying and violence policy. Should a camper violate this policy they will be asked to leave without returning. Upon arrival, campers will review and sign our camp behavior and safety contract so that they know what is expected of them while they are at camp. It is our top priority to remain a safe and enjoyable camp for all of our campers.

I have a question not listed on this page, who should I contact?

Please submit your questions via the "Contact Us" page. A member of our staff will be in touch shortly regarding your question.